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City Council Approves Lights

Southlake City Council unanimously approved the installation of 14 light poles along the Carroll Senior High School's softball and baseball fields.

Coping through Communication

The death of a child is every parent’s worst nightmare and yet something most parents shy away from discussing with each other and with their children. However with recent tragedies both locally and nationally, the thought of losing a precious child

A Parade of Achievements

This sounds familiar but never gets old – it was another outstanding year of Dragon sports success. Looking back at 2012, Dragon athletics continued to thrive under the moniker of “Protect The Tradition.”

The Power of Community

he New Year always brings the promise of new beginnings and New Year’s resolutions. We’ve all made the promise to drop a few pounds or to take up a new hobby, but I have a different resolution in mind...

2013 Brings New Beginnings

The arrival of 2013 brings with it a lot of excitement and hope for our Dragon family. Nearly all of the projects in the 2009 Bond Program are nearing completion and we’ve moved our administrative operations into the old...

In Memory of Jack D. Johnson

Beloved Southlake Carroll Superintendent Jack D. Johnson passed away Thursday, January 3, 2013 at the age of...

Life Well Run

That is the title of the video that’s put together by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), an organization whose prime purpose is to in part “create sustainable communities that improve lives…” It’s an admirable goal, one that the City works toward every day…

Run On! Opens in Southlake

Today, Run On!, a specialty running store based in Dallas, announced that its sixth store has officially opened in Southlake.

SASO honor Military families during the Walk of Gratitude

Southlake's Scholars and Athletes Serving Others joined the Patriot Guard and led the Walk of Gratitude on Sunday, December 2, to honor 1,700 children who have lost a parent in service to our country since 9/11.

Jake's Loft to Close Its Doors

After five and a half years, the owners of Jake’s Loft, in the Shops of Southlake announced they are saying goodbye and closing their doors. Located next to Central Market, Jake’s Loft is an independently owned...
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